Hotel de L'Ange

Address: Grand-rue 60, Cugy, Fribourg, 1482, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Grand-rue 60, Cugy, is near Freddie Mercury Memorial, Lakeside Promenade Fleuri, Casino Montreux, and Montreux Old town.
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Travel Blogs from Cugy

Winter Work

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Jan 08, 2015

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... in that the food is very nice, and very rich, and we are pretty sick of it. Salads and soups are very popular with us during the day. Dinner we pick. We are cooks, cleaners, fixers, helpers, arrangers, shoulders, information service and general dogs bodies.Its not glamorous, or well paid. Be fair to say that PJ does the bulk of the work downstairs, and I mostly prep, cook, clean up stairs.

Saturday is a big day, with food prep, stores arriving by rat track, and ...

Fond of Fondue and Charmed by Chocolate

A travel blog entry by jonkinne on Oct 14, 2014

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... raclette", which comes from the French word "racler" meaning "to scrape". A huge wheel of raclette (the cheese is also named the same as
the dish) is cut in half and the cut surface is heated in front of an open flame or electric heating element. When the cheese starts to bubble, it's scraped off onto a person's plate, and eaten with boiled new potatoes, pickled pearl onions and cornichons (little sour gherkins).
This morning ...

Refugio Elizabetha to refuge Bethone

A travel blog entry by judilawler on Aug 08, 2014

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No notes, just that Refugio Berthone was at the top of a huge climb out of Courmayer. stopped for ice cream in town &a look around. Deb had convinced us we were staying in a hotel in town, so much disappointment . Earlier in the day we'd lunched in a ski village above Courmayer. Left Elizabetha lodge & walked along the Lac de Combal. Then straight up ...

Bethone to Elena

A travel blog entry by judilawler on Aug 08, 2014

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Oops, no notes again! Refuge Elena quite new and modern. Large dorms but partitioned into bunks of 4. Located on a high ridge overlooking the valley, where we had a long break and arvo tea. Met some interesting groups of Italians, see the funny hats. It seems that all of Italy has these 2 weeks off, so the trails and refuges are full. Dinner in a lovely dining room, food pasta as usual. ...

Helvetica: it's more than just a font

A travel blog entry by kingswardrobe on Jun 23, 2014

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... there which is somewhat interesting though unfortunately a lot dealt with someone who proved that Hannibal and his elephants could have crossed the Alps there, though no one in their right mind believes he did. What I recalled is a history lesson that dealt with where the St Bernard’s came from, and a passage noting that concepts of safety that we take for granted in the modern world were non-existent in the middle ages. Driving over the Alps in winter is ...